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Atlanta’s Best Fall Festivals

By Kelley Musson The great thing about Atlanta, is that it offers an array of festivals year round. Whether you’re a foodie, or an adventurer, or simply looking to enjoy the city a little more here are a few of the best fall festivals this year: • Atlanta Pride Festival & Parade On October 11th and 12th […]

Taste of Chamblee is October 4

The Taste of Chamblee is an annual street festival held in the heart of Chamblee, Georgia. Anchored by the main stage, the festival offers live entertainment, some of the Southeast’s most talented visual artists, and the opportunity to taste the food of 20-30 local restaurants. There is free admission to the outdoor event and taste […]

common quarter marietta, ga restaurant review

Common Quarter: A Departure from Chains in East Cobb

Common Quarter, open less than a year in East Cobb, is owned and operated by the guys behind Local 3 and Muss and Turner’s. I’ll admit, on my first visit to Common Quarter in Marietta, I was disappointed. There were dishes executed poorly and service issues. I chalked it up to growing pains and vowed […]

The Brickery, Sandy Springs: 2 Decades and Still Going

“We were doing farm to table before it was ever called that.” That’s one of the first things that Bruce Alterman, owner of the Brickery in Sandy Springs told a group of us bloggers shortly after we sat down for an evening feast. The restaurant, around for 22 years, remains quite popular in the Sandy […]

That Pie Place, Dunwoody, Atlanta, GA Restaurant Review

What’s not to love about savory meats stuffed inside of flaky, warm shell? Ron Wolf, founder of That Pie Place, had the idea to create such a thing. With decades of experience in the restaurant industry, including being the President of the Georgia Restaurant Association and the director of Food and Beverage Training for Holiday […]